The government has spent over $5 trillion responding to the pandemic – that’s hard to wrap your head around.
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The best way to understand how your taxpayer dollars are being spent is to dive into the data. Use our visualizations to see who received pandemic relief money and what they spent it on.
Explore charts and graphs that break down the data.
Search for pandemic spending in your area – right down to your zip code.
See pandemic funding by category, like Health Care & Small Businesses.
Explore demographic data on Homeowner Assistance Fund approved applicants.
The $10 billion Homeowner Assistance Fund (HAF) is providing financial help to homeowners who missed mortgage, home insurance, and utility bill payments after January 21, 2020. Recently, Treasury released data on the race, gender, ethnicity, and income of the 94,310 approved applicants out of the 399,276 applicants. The quarterly reporting by the states, District of Columbia, Tribes, and U.S. Territories shows that they have obligated about 10% of the funding. They have until September 30, 2026, to use all the funding to benefit homeowners.
Find restaurants in your neighborhood that received pandemic funding.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) provided $28.5 billion in Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF) grants to 100,700 restaurants and similar businesses to help keep their doors open. Recipients are not required to repay the grant money as long as they spend it for approved uses no later than March 11, 2023.